Esie Explores Dangerous Germs

Esie Explores Dangerous Germs - ASIN B08C9Q67N2

Bacteria Esie and Es embark on a new adventure to improve the health of cows. But when Esie and her twin Es encounter dangerous viruses along the way, will the cows protect them? This action-packed story is based on real-life behaviors of bacteria and viruses. And yes–viruses attack bacteria, too! Each page also features an interesting science fact about microbes. For kids ages 6-8.

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The Lightless Tree

The worlds are broken. Cataclysms wreak havoc. Nations are at war.

The people of Trianon live in fear and those who practice the ancient arts of magic have been hunted and killed.
When Valana turns from personal tragedy to join forces with Okano and Mukori, she begins to believe that peace in Trianon might soon be restored. But the struggle for peace has a price.
A powerful Nightstalker, a mythic Protector, Valana must turn from her previous identity and take up her swords to rid Trianon of those spreading chaos and fear. To achieve her dream of peace, she must be the hand that brings death.
Now she must choose between the values of Strength and Honour that once united her people, and the future of Trianon.

Can order rise from the chaos?

Or will Valana succumb to the darkness consuming the hearts of Aurelia?

If you enjoy unique fantasy worlds where swords and sorcery combine, then you should read this book.

Buy now to join Valana on her epic quest.

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Tentoria

An army of bionic humans made up as a last ditch solution to establish peace will turn against humanity.
In the 22nd century, mankind enters into a new world war to produce the first generation of Tentorians. Cyborgs with functioning bodies and human intelligence, they are the first genuine success in the artificial improvement. In time, the Tentorians come officially to be a nation, showing more and more their true nature: blood and power-thirsty, human-bodied machines. Thus, in the 25th century, the great powers made up their minds to hunt them down all over the world and have them isolated inside a region called TENTORIA.

A Tentorian nation that will bear consequences on the past.
The action moves back in time 500 years, to the year 2024 and to a planet Earth consisting but of a piece of land surrounded by one single large ocean, and a population of 12 million people ruled by a secret organization. Cole is a 27-year-old young man leading a happy life in this peculiar world. As the story unfolds, he realizes the reality of his existence at break-neck speed on the edge of survival.
“Are you ready to forget the future?”

From the readers:
“The kind of book hooking you and not letting you go until finding the truth, who lies, who dies, who loves, and in particular what was really going on there!”

“A narration on future…or past, on mankind’s addiction to an increasingly sophisticated technology or to a straightforward achieved happiness.”

“It set my mind in ‘motion’ and shaped an utterly unexpected vision over what our not too far future might look like.”

The futuristic novel “TENTORIA” raises questions on mankind’s hope of living into a concrete, non-virtual world away from the technological drug seeping deeper and deeper inside our body.

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Can a Spider Be Fluffy?

What do different spiders look like?

Are they fluffy or smooth? Spotted or plain? Discover the answer with this simple, easy-to-read story! 

Spiders might seem scary, but look closer—they’re fascinating as well!

Can a Spider Be Fluffy? introduces children (and adults) to an incredible variety of spiders, encouraging readers to stop and study these unique arachnids. In this nonfiction picture book, you will meet all sorts of spiders, both common and rare—from spiders you may have found hiding in a corner to others you’ve never even heard about! 

This book will:

  • teach young readers fun descriptive words like smooth, shiny, hairy, prickly, and spiky,
  • make spiders less scary for children who might be afraid of them, and
  • encourage children to explore nature and science with three bonus activities!

Can a Spider Be Fluffy? is an excellent resource for preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary students, for parents and teachers alike. Ideal for ages 3 to 8. 

Plus, Can a Spider Be Fluffy? is a great choice for fans of National Geographic’s Kids Readers, Bethany Barton’s I’m Trying to Love Spiders, or Dianna Hutts Aston’s A Beetle Is Lively. This is an early-science/nature story written to engage young children and encourage them to explore the world around us.

Get your copy NOW and start learning about spiders!

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A Diamond in the Rough (The Elements Book 1)

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“From this day on, let everything be fiction.”

With these words, an aspiring scientist is swept away onto the Periodic Table. In a fantasy land where chemicals are people, she finds her place as the element Carbon. Settling down as a circus magician, she enlightens the crowd with traffic lights and vanishing valentines. She encounters a queer cast of characters and Litmus, a pH indicating chameleon. Yet all is not well in the kingdom of chemicals; Oxygen, the electron thief, burns and corrodes any metal he pleases. Following the mysterious disappearance of Gold, Carbon sets upon a quest to capture the thief. Upon encountering two strangers and a band of fire-eating devils, she finds herself caught up in a contract with the thief. In return for his life, she agrees to accompany him on the search for the alchemist. Arriving at a castle of caves, they travel through a cloud chamber, a forest of rust monsters, a haunted inn, a labyrinth, and a rainbow lake. In the end, the worst lie reveals an incredible amount of truth.

At the far west, the Alkali Desert is home to the most reactive of metals. In a land where water is a taboo, a draconian potion, tensions are high at the news of a rising storm. Eastward, the Halogens prepare for battle against a band of islanders, metals, and nonmetals. Between a collection of spellbinding puzzles and color-changing reactions, Carbon comes to question everything she had known. Tangled up in the middle of a war, she and her friends must devise chemical schemes to stop the world from falling apart.

Want to impress your friends with some scientific knowledge? A flip of the page is all it will take to acquire the greatest insight, delivered in surprisingly simple language. The story will walk readers of any age through the enchanting world of chemical reactions. Bringing personification to the highest degree, the saga casts a new light upon drab materials of the lab shelf. From the ground to stars, galaxies, and universes, the novel will carry those daring enough up into different dimensions. With a unique twist of the plot, readers will encounter a lifetime’s worth riddles yet to be solved. Through an adventure rife with humor, action, and a bit of dark mystery, the series brings light to a crisscross of genres. This crazy-quilt sequence of events will captivate fans of crime and detective novels. Sprinkled with jokes, quips, and bonds, it offers a pleasant escapade into a romantic comedy. The series is a laboratory by itself, proving possible a bizarre, splendid, unlikely fusion between fiction and nonfiction. Those with a taste for the unusual will be fascinated by this tale of dragons and knights presented at the molecular level.

A spectacular tale of friendship and courage, ‘A Diamond in the Rough’ is peppered with art, poetry, and enigmas. ‘The Elements’ introduces readers to a new era of magic – magic opposed to the fairytales saying, the witch mixed the herbs, the fairies happened to make a mistake. The stirring stick being a little wand of its own, characters come up with bombs worth Zeus’s thunderbolt and poisonous drinks. Bringing life to the rigid realm of numbers, the plotline revolves around struggles for power and romance, as a striking parallel to humanity. It brings attention to a realm of lucid dreams, geometry, and artificial intelligence. Keep your eyes open for the next string of books – The Prince of Magnets, A Strange Cliffside Factory, A Chiral Universe, Something Denser than Love, and Schrodinger’s Lost Cat.

What Lucid Dreams May Come…

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This book is for the first time in English! Entirely specific view of the wonderful phenomenon which is available to everyone but little-known. The author from St. Petersburg (Russia) for many years deeply researched lucid dreaming and came to conclusions that completely changed his ideas about the world and his life. The book explains the phenomenon of lucid dreams from different approaches – both scientific (based on the holographic nature of memory) and religious-philosophical. But personally the author more appreciates the other part of the work where he answers the questions that concern every thoughtful person: what is the meaning of life, why do we suffer, whether a human being has free will, how to live in this world, etc.

AN INDEPENDENT READER’S REVIEW:

“The book is unexpectedly deep… Man describes his spiritual growth. In a very simple language, unvarnished, revealing his understanding of what he faced. Simple and deep. Range of everything that the author describes and summarizes is huge (well, maybe dreams are paid a little more attention). And all he manages to snatch the meaning and to convey it! It is not only pleasant to read, but also useful. A lot resonates, and many things opened that seemed as if I knew them… :-)”

Tetrastatum

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The future has finally arrived

“People will be immersed in the concepts of translating other parallel universe ideas into visual/image interpretations of external quantum relativity theories.” Stephen Hawking.

What if the laws of physics as we understand them are incomplete, only half of the equations that explain reality?

The world we once knew has been destroyed by man’s greed. The only hope to restore the planet Earth is Dr. Tim Smith. In the material world that once existed, Tim Smith was the head of the Quantum Teleportation Program at DARPA and a “Time Smith” in the non-matter thotonic universes whose shadows persist. Unfortunately, mankind’s last hope, Dr. Smith is quite clearly, insane.

“I think therefore I am,” says Descartes’s thotonic skeleton of the past. Tetrastatum is the ultimate test. We are transported through the tunnel of institutionalized insanity as helpless voyeurs perceiving existence through Smith’s eyes. Dr. Smith’s mental meltdown takes us on a journey as a “Time Smith” exploring the meaning of reality and the human psyche.

Don’t miss your chance to travel into the future in this stand-alone debut novel that unravels the conundrum of space-time, before it is too late.

Esie Explores Beneficial Bacteria

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Esie leaves her twin Es behind to explore a world teeming with beneficial bacteria. Could Esie be one of them? Or is she just a nasty germ, as some people say? On her rugged journey through air, water, and a cow’s guts, Esie meets new friends who help her find the answers she seeks.

Esie Explores Beneficial Bacteria reassures kids that the world isn’t always a scary place. Not all bacteria cause disease: many bacteria are beneficial, and life on our planet would be impossible without them.

Esie’s story of friendship and discovery is accompanied by lively illustrations and scientific facts about bacteria. Yet the facts don’t distract from the story. Kids (ages 6-8) can enjoy Esie’s adventures and decide which facts they want to read, and when. A young reader, who previewed the book, wondered: “Since this is such an interesting subject for kids . . . why has no one written a book like this before?”

Esie Explores Beneficial Bacteria concludes with a glossary and an activity section about the diverse bacteria introduced in this story.